We share our knowledge and research and learn from each other
"I don't want to take much of your time, but I wanted to let you know about the Masters in Coaching and Athletic Administration program at Concordia University. If you have been putting off working on your Master's degree for whatever reason, you should seriously consider getting started at Concordia. I just finished my first class (8 more to go!) and it was the only class that I have ever taken that has helped me improve as a coach. The classes are taught by instructors in our field (my instructor was Baldwin Park AD Mike Zimmerman) in a collaborative atmosphere. We share our knowledge and research and learn from each other. Earning my Masters is something I've always known that I have to do to move up on the pay scale and possibly become a college coach, but at Concordia it is actually something I am looking forward to."
Coaching and staff development
“I have already been able to make slight adjustments in my coaching and staff development that have made huge differences for the betterment of our program.”
-Guy Dierikx, Davenporta, IA
Enjoyed the flexibility
“I really enjoyed the flexibility the program has! It’s really difficult for me to find something about this program that I didn’t like.”
-Lloyd Wilson, Cypress, CA
This program has allowed me to work full-time
“This program has allowed me to work full-time, coach, and pursue my education. Without this program, the likelihood of me being able to complete my Master’s degree would’ve been very low.”
-Frank Borba, Patterson, CA
I enjoyed it immensely and learned a lot
"Thank you so much for teaching an excellent course in Sports Ethics. I enjoyed it immensely and learned a lot. There were many situations I had never thought too in depth about, but you really made me think about how I would react in certain situations. It has given me an excellent framework for any situations that may arise in the future."
Assistant Coach, UCLA Women's Volleyball